The Miner's Little Daughter

My father dear works in the mines,Down in the tunnels dark.I sing so much he often saysI am his "meadow-lark."

Our little cabin on the hillIs 'mid the tall, straight pines,That seem to whisper all the dayTo me about the mines.

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July 18, 1903
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